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't think barack obama is waiting on me to tell him what he should do. >> he probably has better advice than he might get from the cia. >> from the intelligence committee they are underscoring we didn't read the country right and it is hard to read countries and hard to read the mysteries of countries and even the egyptians could never tell a young man would set himself ablaze en -- in tunisia and the dispute would reach egypt and we have done well reading egypt. it is a fact of life but it is difficult to read distant lands. >> what should the policy be, working behind the scenes to promote a transition, speaking more publicly than we have. >> we have done one thing well and that is central to the equation, we have made sure the army does not go for a massive crack down. >> urging that? absolutely and the big difference between iran and -- in the summer of '09 and egypt right now is the fact that iran was not in our sphere of influence and egypt is. and, the kid glove treatment, if you will, restraint of the army and restraint of the police and restraint of hosni mubarak has to do with the
will ask our sunday group could president obama do more to topple qadaffi? and our power players of the week. taking on the leaders in iran by making fun of them. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> chris: and hello again from fox news in washington. as states struggle with huge budget gaps and take on public workers our first guest has become the new it boy of american politics. mitch daniels of indiana is being celebrated for turning deficits in surpluses and adding jobs and some are saying he should be the republican nominee for president next year. governor daniels joins us now. welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thank you, chris. >> chris: and what is going on there is you just had rotator cuff surgery and you will not be ready for spring training. >> ju are in thtrain. >> you are in the middle of a stand offy house democrats. they first said that they were fighting against the right to work law which is now dead and now they say they are fighting against 1 othe 11 other bills e agenda. are you prepared to make a deal to get the house democrats back to indiana. >> no,
in libya. and we'll ask our sunday group could president obama do more to topple moammar qaddafi? and our power players of the week taking on the leaders in iran by making fun of them. all right now on "fox news sunday." and hello again from fox news in washington. as states struggle with huge budget gaps and take on public workers, our first has become the new it boy of republican politics. republican governor mitch daniels of indiana is being celebrated for turning deficits into surpluses. he should be the republican nominee for president next year some say. governor daniels joins us. welcome back to "fox news sunday." >> thank you, chris. >> chris: we need to say what's goods obligor therein you had rotator cuff surgery and not going to be ready for spring training. >> all the jokes have been made. >> chris: you are in the middle of a standoff right now with house democrats who have crossed state democrats in illinois and blocking any action in the legislature. they first said that they were fighting against a right-to-work law which is now dead. now they say they are fighting against
proposed spending cuts. and president obama is expected to do the same monday, joining us now, the g.o.p.'s point man in the debate, house budget committee chairman paul ryan who comes from his home state of wisconsin. congressman, as we say, president obama presents his budget for 2012 tomorrow. and he reportedly is going to offer a plan that would cut the deficit as aides say $1 trillion over the next decade and the key features a five year freeze on spending and considerable tax increases on the wealthy. from what you have heard what do you think of the president's plan? >> it sounds like the similar badges he has been giving us last couple of years and last year gave us a $2 trillion tax increase, $700 billion of those tax increases enacted to the health care law and looks like he's coming back for, $1.3 trillion in tax increases, and the discretionary freeze is an extremely high base and blew spending out the gather the last two years, 24% increase in domestic discretionary spending and stimulus on top is an 84% increase and wants to freeze for a few years off the high levels, l
, could the president obama do more to topple muammar qaddafi? and our power players of the week. taking on the leaders in iran, by taking fun of them, all, right now, on fox news. and hello, again from fox news in washington. as states struggle with huge budget gaps and take on public workers, our first guest has become the new "it" boy of american politics, republican governor mitch daniels of indiana is being celebrated for turning deficits in surpluses and adding jobs and some say he should be the republican nominee for president, next year. welcome back to fox news sunday. >> thank you. >> chris: we need to say what is going on, you had rotator cuff surgery and will not be ready tor spring training. >> all the right wing jokes have been made, so... >> chris: all right, you are -- skutz me, in the middle of a stand off now with house democrats who have crossed state lines that are inside illinois, and, are blocking any action in the legislature and first said they were fighting against the right to work law which is dead and now are fighting against 11 other bills on the agenda. ques
balanced. >> chris: president obama stepped into the controversy this week. let's look at what he said. >> some of what i have heard coming out of wisconsin where you are just making it harder for public employee collectively bargain generally seems like more of an assault on unions. >> chris: you said that the president should focus on balancing his own budget. order that, do you feel that his stepping into a state collective bargaining rights issue is inappropriate and what do you think of his political arm, organizing form america taking a role in organizing some of the opposition. >> i think the president should stay focused even fixing the federal budget because they have their happens full and are a long way from getting it accomplished in washington. the thousands of protesters here this past week have every right to be heard. at least those from wisconsin. increasingly as you just alluded to this there are more than more coming in from other states across the country. for those here from wisconsin, they have every right to be heard. we had workers that weren't here and we have
cuts and president obama is expected to do the same monday. joining us, the gop point man in the debate, house budget committee chairman paul ryan who comes to us from his home state of wisconsin. president obama presents his budget for 2012 tomorrow and he reportedly is going to offer a plan that would cut the deficit his aides said by $1 trillion over the next decade. the key feature is a five year freeze on spending and some considerable tax increases on the wealthy. from what you have heard, what do you think of the president's plan? >> it sounds like the similar budgets that he has been giving us the last couple of years. last year he gave us a $2 trillion tax increase and got $700 billion of those tax increases mostly through the healthcare law. looks like he is coming back for another $1.3 trillion tax increases. this discretionary freeze is off of an extremely high base. they just blew spending out the gates in the last two years. a 24% increase in domestic discretionary spending. throw stimulus on top and that is an 84% increase and he wants to freeze for a few years of the hi
we have to to get the state's economy going and our budget balanced. >> chris: president obama stepped into the controversy this week. let's look at what he said. >> president barack obama: some of what i have heard coming out of wisconsin, where you are making it harder for public employees to collectively bargain generally. seems like more an assault on unions. >> chris: gordon, you said that the president should focus on balancing his own budget, but beyond that, do you think that his stepping into a state collective bargaining issue is inappropriate and what do you think of his political arm, organizing for america taking a role in mobilizing some of the opposition. >> well i think you are right. the president ultimately should stay focused on fixing the federal budget because they have a huge deficit and believe me, have their funds full and are far from getting it acould say published in washington and the larger context the thousands of protesters who were here the past week have every right to be heard, at least those from wisconsin and more and more are coming from oth
presidential term, and we compare it, perhaps, with the midpoint of president obama's first presidential term, you also see a high unemployment. the difference is that reagan was trying to fight not only unemployment, but also inflation. we had had that 1970's turned out to be a decade of low stagnant economic growth. and a very high inflation. president reagan's predecessor jimmy carter appointed paul volcker as head of the federal reserve. volcker embarked on a high interest policy to break the back of inflation and he got support all the way from president reagan. even though there was some political cost and a lot of pain with high unemployment. but in 1983, when the reagan tax cuts went into effect. and when paul volcker's high interest policies were successful, we resumed a period of economic growth and we had a quarter, i think, in there where we had 7% economic growth, just blazing economic growth. combined with low inflation. so, what the economists had told us could not possibly happen, in fact did happen. as a result, significant part of ronald reagan's policies and of his stead fa
obama the other day on the "state of the union." as we sit here in this incredible stadium for this exciting game, but obviously as we've discussed there are problems in the league, what is the state of the n.f.l.? >> i think the state of the n.f.l. has a very positive outlook. we can get the collective bargaining agreement addressed in responsible way, a fair way for everybody, move this back so we have an agreement that the club feel good about, the players feel good about. we can make sure the game continues to be safe and competitive and we can continue to grow. that's great for the fans and great for game of football. >> chris: we have about 30 seconds left. just personally, obviously, the big issue here with the whole labor possibility shutdown you have to know for most americans there will be a national nervous breakdown if we don't have football this fall. how much does it weigh on your personally and how much do you think my term as commissioner will be judged on how good i'm able to negotiate for the good of the game, for the good of the players to make this turn
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